I've been hoooooorribly lazy during the summer vacation ...
Seems like I'm just the sort that will make promises that I can never keep, haha.
But I'm here to report some news anyways.
After a grueling (but still pretty awesome) 4-week or so course at New Pathway (SAT prep school, highly recommended), my SAT score improved around 250 points. Still need to work harder to reach that esteemed 2300+.
I have thoroughly argued with the publishing place about the GazettE 10th Anniversary Artbook of mine. With less than a week until August 28th, they are f***ing lazy bums and I really need to whip the book back into shape. Really, those people in the publishing place treat me like an amateur kid. But really they just don't have my sense of superior taste.
I've started writing my first serious novel. It's probably going to be slightly dystopian and definitely modern. I don't think it's very good so far, but hopefully it'll turn out to be something that's printable. Though I've gotten very rusty, since I haven't written since forever.
But I still have a huge stack of work to be done. I'm almost done with my FIRST summer homework assignment for Studio Art. Whoohoo, two more to go. I'm so screwed for this class.
I still haven't finished my summer reading homework for AP Language and Composition. I've finished the magnificent "Babylon Revisited" by F. Scott Fitzgerald, half of "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain, and I haven't even cracked open my copy of "The Things We Carried" by Tim O'Brien. You don't even have to ask about my 2-page reports ... hurr durr.
Sadly, summer is not far from ending ... and it has ended for some. I have less than a week before I return back to the States. And still there are so many things to do ... with too less time (and motivation) to finish them ...
Now I should get off my lazy arse and write some letter to my counselor about my schedule for the upcoming school year ...
So I guess I'll go for now.
À bientôt, mes amis.
Listening to: Kings of Medicine and Protège-moi by Placebo.
Reading: The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand.
Eating: wasabi beans.
Drinking: oolong tea.